Then you daydream of your perfect client, who do you envision? Most people will jump to say “someone who has a lot of money to spend on my photography!”
If you’ve ever been curious about what’s in the bag of a beauty photographer, look no further.
As a genre of photography, boudoir is heavily female-run and even more so female-focused. But the boudoir industry is changing. We are seeing more and more men wanting intimate portraits.
When I started my photography career, a lot of people smiled and nodded and said, “Wow. What a great side hustle.”
At ShutterFest in 2018, Gary realized there was definitely something missing. We cared so deeply for our clients but until that point, we hadn’t considered or truthfully hadn’t even known much about IPS.
For many studios, repeat clients are a significant asset. Every year, they come in to work with the photographer they love and update their images as their kids and family grow.
Instagram Reels launched in August of 2020 in 50 countries worldwide. Since then, photographers everywhere went scrambling to learn yet another social media trend—all while trying to keep their businesses open during the corona crisis and homeschool their kids. Who needs sleep, right?
In 2018, I was a single mom, a medically retired Airman, going to school full-time, working at Target and trying my hardest to make my dreams come true. The same vision I had for 11 years.
What a year it has been. It's still hard to wrap our minds around everything that has happened in the last year and a half. It's been an up and down emotional roller coaster. Even now, as a business owner, Im struggling to find my rhythm again. Do you find yourself feeling the same way?
In more than 24 years of providing wedding videography services to the greater New York City market and being married to successful wedding photographer, Vanessa Joy, for nearly 12 of them, I’ve had to adapt my business model more than I’d like to admit.